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LINGUIST List 20.2102

Sun Jun 07 2009

Jobs: Arabic & Lexicography: Lexicographer/Annotator, Columbia U

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        1.    Mona Diab, Arabic, Standard & Lexicography: Lexicographer/Annotator, Columbia University, NY, USA

Message 1: Arabic, Standard & Lexicography: Lexicographer/Annotator, Columbia University, NY, USA
Date: 06-Jun-2009
From: Mona Diab <mdiabccls.columbia.edu>
Subject: Arabic, Standard & Lexicography: Lexicographer/Annotator, Columbia University, NY, USA
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University or Organization: Columbia University
Department: Center for Computational Learning Systems
Job Location: New York, USA (Telecommute)
Job Rank: Lexicographer/Annotator

Specialty Areas: Lexicography; Annotations and Dialect Identification

Required Language(s): Arabic, Standard (arb)

Description:

Part-time job at Columbia University in New York for Arabic speakers

The Columbia Arabic and It's Dialects Modeling (CADIM) group at the Center
for Computational Learning Systems in Columbia University is seeking native
speakers of Arabic of different dialectal backgrounds to work on a research
project on the Arabic language.

We are looking for lexicographers and annotators. The positions are all
part time.

The ideal candidate is: detail oriented, with some linguistic training,
possesses a high level of modern standard Arabic (MSA) proficiency, is
comfortable using computers, and is eligible to work in the US. We will
provide paid job training.

The project starts immediately. Pay is commensurate with professional
experience.

Please forward your CV and a short cover letter to the email address
provided below, indicating your native dialect and your level of MSA
proficiency.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Email Address for Applications: colaba-annotationccls.columbia.edu
Contact Information:
Mona Diab
Email: mdiabccls.columbia.edu

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